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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscripiton is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance = = = = T = i THE SPANISH FORK PRESS t = = = VOL VIET NO K3 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY APTfTTj 1ft loon nt Entered Spanish Feb Fork SI 1992 Utah no accondclnsg matter Post Omen Act of Concrrcsa March S 1879 Delinquent Noti Fluorine I Fluorine MinIng Company prlnclpil placoot uslness Spanish Fork Utah C NOTICn Ther are delinquent upon tho following described stock on account assess ment No3 levied on tho 12th day of February goo the sBvcrot amounts set opposite the names of the pcctlo shareholders as fol lows NAME CEnT SUItS AU W < Adams 1st I 000 200 W C Adams 135 I 000 200 J A Martell II 4 118II U 38 Hlcbard F Smith IS I CI 313 12 r3 F 8 Dart 40 1000 200 F S Dart 41 1000 200 F 8 Dart 4 I COO 200 litI Bart 41 1000 I 20 f V S Dart 47 HI3 I 113 F B Dart cs t 91 IU W K l Warner CA r 7 812 15 62 A 31 jimen 6 15 62Ii 81 2 IIII Hicks 76 10 ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I i AND Raw JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH i UTAH STATE NEWS Plans and specifications have been f prepared for the UtahIdaho hospital I at Logan In endeavoring to board a train at Colton Frank Miller a tramp fell and was badly Injured A freo employment bureau In being operated by some of tho philan thropic residents of Logan It H WllBon accused of passing worthless checks In Salt iJiko City was captured In Iogan last week It Is estimated that fully 101000 peoplo attended the Prosperity fair held in Salt Lako City last week It Is probable that the Salt lAke High school cadets will make a visit to tho exposition at Seattle during va cation Brigham T Madsen of Irovo has been made chief deputy to the newly appointed fish and game commls nlonor A free public library Is being In stalled at Sandy the outcome of a movement Inaugurated by tho Com mercial club J Edward Collins a miner employed In the Alliance tunnol at Park City I was killed as tho result ot a cav...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

J Io 1 T4RY c 1 < t f Mr Barnes American Br Archibald Clavering Gunter A Sequel to Mr Barnes of New York JP I Author Mr Barney of New York I Mr PotUr of T xaf I That Frenchman Etc r Copyright 1007 Dodd Mood A Co NY SYNOPSIS Burton 11 Barnes a wealthy Amerlcnn touring Corsica rescues the young Eng llBh lieutenant Edward Gerard Anstruth er and his Corsican bride Marina 1 daughter of the ItnllH from the mur e derous vendetta understanding that his reword is to bo the hand nt the girl he loves Enid Anstruther sister of the Eng Rah I lieutenant The four fly from AJUL clu to Marseilles on board the French Btenmor Constantine The ondttta pur sues and HK the quartet RIO about to board the train fur London ut Marseilles Marina Is handed a tnyntcrlous unto which causes hex to collapse and necessi tates a postponement of the journey DnrniS and Knld are married Soon after their wedding Humps bride dis appears Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica The groom secures a lls...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

I STRUGGLE IS III FOR NAVAL I I I SUPREMACY I 1 obscure HritlHh army officer serving In South Africa has done a very I A remarkable thing For years Kipling had been hit 1 t e rly apostrophizing his countrymen MiiHl yp wait for tho spattered nlirupni1 ore yo learn how n gun III laid For tho low red gleam tii the mnithwiird whrro your rallied cons tow aa bum < Light yn nlmll have OH that lesson but hunt time to learn Hut arid aloof Incurious unthink ing untlmnhlng tho empire over which tho sun never sots went on Its way waiting homo easy wonder i hoping homo saving sign And now an army olllccr who hail turned play I wright for the moment has accom 1 plished nt one stroke nil that Kipling had failed to do with all of his many proddlngs In his extraordinary play j I An Englishmans Home tho fanci j ful portrayal of a sudden foreign In vasion and Its dire results has excited I Great Britain almost as much as tho I actuality might have done In the I vernacular the play hit the British I...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

r TIME TABLE SOUTIIflOUND No 81For Peyton Suntaquln and Loa Angela ttS pm No S3 For Pajrion NWe phi I and ManU 944 + HIT NORTHnOUNl No CIFor Iroro PlOrove Amer ican Fork Lent Mrrcur I Halt Lake 117 am No 81Fo 1rovo osa1i Lathe and Intermediate polnla 330 pm I Palatial trains are now running j dally be tween Suit lake and the 1nctUo Coast UTAH COUNTY ls In direct touou with two great clUe Bait local train gertlee J II UuitTHcn District lM enirar Agent N PnTinnCN Depot Ticket Agent r DNVEo itcIRA Np 7N1 Ri I 0 GRAND E W 5 1ERNW Arrival and departure of trains from Depot No 7 For SprlnKvllleProTOSalt Lake and all points east and west8IOaui J No 29 KorSprlnuville ProvoSilt Lako o and tf point east and west 342 put r No 8or Eureka Mammoth and Sil ver City pm No 28For Eureka Mammoth nnd Sil ver City 815am Connections made In Ogden Union depot with n nil trains of Southern PaclQo und Oregon Short 1 Line OFFERS CHOICE OF 3 FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 3 j AND 1UHFE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES l Pul...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

µ r u t i l CLICK OF CAMERA i AWAKENS MEMORY j SNAP OF A PHOTOGRAPHERS IN J STRUMENT CLEARS MIND qi BLANK FOR TWO YEARS I i BELIEVED DEAD BY PARENTS I William Childs Son of Wealthy Brook I lyn People Suddenly Remembers In Milwaukee Movements Through Several States Milwaukee Olio of the stiangest eases of aphasia 01 loss of nicinniy In medical records hUH been elucidated In tlilu city two jcnrs after It hud Its be finning In Chicago William Chllds 115 jinirH old son of tho late George Vlllliun Chllds Jr of Brooklyn N Y recovered his Jticmory after having been mourned as dead and Identified himself when he heard tho click of a photographic camera Two JUTS ago lit old I ho Milwaukee a authoiltlcH something Miapped In i Ills head and niuco that limo ho does s I t not know what unite ho tins traveled I 110 says It happened at a Moady instl tutu meeting after ho had been work Ing In Chicago for manufacturers of directories and circular letters Chllds t I saId the firm used cameras In Its ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

= DO YOU KNOW ANY SKIN SUFFERERS 0 If I You Have a Friend Afflicted with Eczema Tell the Druggist About It If you have n friend suffering from eczema tell him about D D D Many eczema sufferers have tried so many useless remedies and spent no much money with doctors that they I practlcnlly ilonpnlr If they only knew of the nlmplcRt home curb for eczema It Id I nothing mori than nit of winter green compound as mixed In D U D Prescription Used with Klycerlne thjmol nd oth er hcnllnir Increments In liquid form this simple remedy penetrates the pores of the Hklti numbing nnd killing tho eczema cerms while building up the healthy tltmie Ask your druggists for D D D Pro 0 scription ASKING SMALL FAVOR ft Papa mamma says that If youro too lazy to do anything else will you pleaso sit near tho clothes closet and blow tho smoke in so as to kill tho 3 moths TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR Seemed Imminent Scalp Was Very Scaly and Hair Came Out by Hand fuls Scalp Now Clear and New Hair Grown by Cutlcura About ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 15 April 1909

dtl L w I i i Dont Fail to See I the Electric Theater Shower ehangOS 3 waeJ 1 I Y Local Jots Call and see the City Drug Store under the new management Alfred Stringer has been quite low with pneumonia the past week Mrs Pricilln Swenson was in town last week visiting with relatives Eph Howe is having n picket fence built around his home ill Third ward For SlIleP Swensons property one block west of the City Hall Easy terms apl 2i Thos Holding came in from Tonapah i Nevada Friday I and is shaking hands with his old friends 1 s Mrs Louisa Thomas of Vernal who has spent the winter in California is in Spanish Fork visiting friends Now baby boys arrived at the homes of Mr nnd Mrs AB Morgan and Mr and Mrs Carl Saxey of Provo last week H W Money of Palmyra has had two children very sick with diphtheria but the last day or two they have improved nicely I Mrs Samuel Myler and family will move to Garfield in the near future Mr Mylcr has accepted n position in the smelter at that place C J Frost...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

t C I i NOTICEThe date on your name label of this paper is the date to which your subscription is paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance i = = n = 7 If i I THE SPANISH FORK PRESS I t = I VOL VIII NO 14 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 22 1009 at HntorcMl Spanish Fob Fork 21 1902 Utah ns secondclass Act of Congress rrmttor March Poet 3 OfTlon 1878 t Delinquent NoticeFluorine Fluorlnn Mining Company principal plaooot bustnetH Simnlah Fork Utuli i NOlIUB llicr ate delinquent upon tho following described ntock on account or nSless mtM No 3 levied on thelZtli day of February 10W the unvcral amount net opposite the names of the rcspccthe shareholders as fol lows NAME CEnT SIlIL AT W P Adams I1 I 000 2 00 WC Adam IS Uxx I 200 J A Martell H 4 18 V 3S Klehartt SmIth 16S 0 313 12 113 i F 8 Dart 40 I 000 2 10 F S Dart U I 000 2 00 K H Uart 1 2 I COO 200 F8 Dart 43 1000 201 Y FSDart 47 611 I 61 fr F S Dart 6 VI 10 V W 1J Wurncr M 7812 U G2 A C Larsen 61 15 623 31 23 II 11 Hic...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JENSEN Publisher SPANISH FORK UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS A now town Is to lio started at Ce tar Ridge about eight miles north ot Ulchflelil John do Franco colored formerly taaldcnt of Stilt Luke City committed fuilclde In Seattle last week A supremo court decision rondorcd lust Week holds Hint school property whether personal or real IB exempt from taxation Free lunches In saloons In Salt Lake City are to bo > done away with ac cording to an order Issued by the chief of police The Hoosiers club of Logan la tak ing up the question of the building of n 1 macadam road from Main street to Uio mouth of Logan canyon Tho scarlet fever epidemic which has been prevalent In Murray for tho past two months has now subsided and tho quarantine has been raised Ono of tho oldest residents of Park City John Wyckoff died last week after a short Illness Ho had been a resident of Park City for over twenty years Tho people of BIngham Junction are determined to Incorporate Ther...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

I I J STOffyxsi Mr Barnes i American II I I Br I Archibald Clavering Gunter A Sequel to Mr Barnes of New York JIll I Author of Mr Dame of New York Mr Potter of Texm That Frenchman Etc t r 1 CopfrlsUt lJOT Dodd Mead 4 C N Y I SYNOPSIS Burton II Humes a wealthy American touring Corsica lescuos tlio young HHK llsh lieutenant Jdunrd Gerald Anstruth 1 > pr and bin Cornlcan bride Marina t t daughter of tho Iaulls from tin intir derous vonllolla understanding that Ills reward Id to bo tho hand of tho girl he Ioos Enid Anstruther sister of tho ling llsh lieutenant Tho four lly from Ajau clt to Marseilles on board the French Bteatner Conslantlne Tho vendetta pur sues and as tho quartet arc about to board the train for London at Marseilles Marina Is handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi tates a postponement of the journey Barnes and Hnld url married Soon after their wedding Borne brldo dis r appears Itarnia discovers sho has been kidnaped and taken to Corsica Th...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

Rh = n r IIIi sx P p i By EDWARD W PICKARU W S r t MTTLU piece of 4 Holland Hung halt r 1 wayacroas tho world into the Caribbean se a Glaring streets t l t 1f r t yellow houses > blue iUjmv Hiyt 1 ti tU 5 WrirtnV housesgrcen houses r + 9 i m > all daintily outlined a C In white as to their ff W doors windows and s T gables canals crowd J Sft I ed with odd varieties f I c of vessels and w + 1 t by quaint re I I G spanned r which is a pivot and rt t toll all neat and clean t l 1 bridges And ns t ten the other n little steam and water and i and blight ns soap tug that swings tho make It That Is Wlllem s I paint can whole structure open stadt the port aid capital of Curacao for enterIng or depart and one of tho most picluiesquo spots b ii1 J ili 11 ing vessels In all the picturesque West Indies 1 Guarding the en It was a favorite Long years ago 11 4 q t 4 trance to tho port nrG resort of the pliates and buccaneers f ° wr o two of tho most coral I that Infested the Spanish main Int...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

p Lw rAy v P j I f TIME f A TABLE 11 D t SOUTIIflOUND No OlFor Tayson Snntnquln ana Los Angeles DM pm No 3For Iajson Nenlit and ManU 9i3 am NOK1IIHOUND d No 02For Provo VI Orovo Amer 0 a ican Iork Lchl Mcrcur Halt Lake on 11 STurn c No vlFor Provo Salt I aka and Intermodule points 330 pm A t Palatial trntna are now running dally bo t tworn Suit Iuke and the Pacific Cot e UTAH COUNTY is In direct touch with two treat cities Bent local train snrvlcn J II UUIITNEU Dlntrlct Passenger Agent N IKTKRiit Depot Ticket Agent p I n r f st ANU fill Tfi JD6RANDE h + IDGnANDW m ° r I 1 Arrival and departure of trains from Depot I No 1Joor bprlnKvlllo Provo Salt Lake and nil points east and west 810am No 20 rorbprlnuvllle Provo Suit LuUo i1 I and all points east and wet32pm No 8For Eureka Mammoth and SII vcr City 627pm I o No 81or rurcka Mammoth and 811 erClty 6ISam Connections mado In Ogdcn Union depot with tof loclnc UnionShoa truln all trains or Southern Pacific und Oregon Short i I Lino OFFERS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

oww wa THE WRETCHES o I 1 Undo How is it young man Hint Ion failed again In your examination Ncphow Why tho wretches asked mo tho very nnino question I could not I Answer lust yuan Question of the Hour Wo aro really at a loss to know how to punish Karlo sho said Wo liavo tried nil tho punishment In our klndergnrten lint without effect Wo have reasoned with him and told him that ho will cons to bo our pretty pot and will grow up to bo a bad bad man and = Madam Interrupted tho gentleman of the old school who was visiting them you will find on the trunk In my room a very excellent strap that I shall not need temporarily Hut of course ho didnt know any thing about modern methods 100 Reward 100 The reader of thb piper will be pleased to tram feat hero b I at lei one dreaded dlxnw that ixlrnro hu been auto to cure In all Ita ctacra and that U durrh Haifa Catarrh euro U the only rxuitlvo ore now known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh feeing a corutltutlohal dlncuw requires a eotwtltu tkna...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

I i Your engagement ring should be l your favorite piece of jewelry a dia mond of the fist water We suggest that we have had long experience In supplying those In need of such things and have a large stock and tempting prices LSTAELISHID 1062 9 r 17O MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY UTAH T A TTTMTC1 Advice M to patent PATENTS I ability FREE aDd Procedure epos request Send ketch and description of your invention Ilirrj J Robinion Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patent 3045 Judge Building Salt Lake Citjr I FIRST AND LAST APPEARANCE II I I Only Occasion on Which Casey Was Admitted to Parlor s An old Irishman named Casey made n lot of money as a contractor and built a tine houso for hIs children Tho sons aifd daughters were much ashamed of the plebeian father and Casey was always kept In tho rear of tho houso when they had a party or n reception One day Casey died tt and there was a great todo about It t The children had a line coffin with plenty of flowers and Casey was laid in stale In tho par...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 22 April 1909

i c i I r r Domt Fail to See the Eleottrio Theater Bhovvs2 cnangas a week J Local Jots A daughter was born to Mrs Joseph Angus lust Tuesday Mrs Henry Young of Provo I III visit ing in this city with friends County Superintendent of Schools Chills wns in town on business Wed nesdny Miss Stella Bradford left last Mon day for Price where she has accepted a position at the hotel Claud Saxey will leave next Tuesday to take a run as U S mail clerk be tween Idaho Falls and MaryKvillc Ida J W G Stebbins is making the new concrete monuments to be set at all street intersections within the city limits Mrs Tiede Markham wish to thank all friends and relatives for aid and sym pathy during her recent bereavement in the loss of her husband Walter the 7yearold son of Mr and Mrs Harry Davis who has been very low with spinal trouble the past week is now doing much better Spencer Woodward reports that the shaft at the IdahoGem Mine Hearing 225 feet and is looking very encourag ing and the snow is goi...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 April 1909

r NOTICE The date on your name label of this paper i is the date to which your subscription is I paid Kindly be as prompt as possible in paying in advance = = L 1 w THE SpANisrf FORK PRESS = JH I r VOL VIII NO 15 SPANISH FORK UTAH THURSDAY 35 APRIL 29 1909 at Entered Spanish Fob Forte 21 1102 Utah ns socondclnss Act of Conirrosi matter March Post 3 Office 1879 n ABDUL L HAMID HAS f M LOST HIS THRONf Sultan Defeated by Young Turks and His Brother Selected as > Ruler Over Turkey I C Martial Law Has Been Relaxed and People Celebrate Victory of the Young Turk Party and End of Abdul Hamlds Reign I t Constantinople The reign of Ab dul Hamid II ended on Tuesday April 27 with his deposition and the accession of his brother Mehemed Reschad Effendi a Mohemet V The iname Is a variation of Mahomet It being considered Inappropriate to as < t sume the precise name of the prophet Mehemed V Is the thirty fifth sovereign of Turkey In male de scent of the house of Osman the founder of the empir...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 April 1909

II or r THE SPANISH FORK PRESS ANDREW JBKSUN PubllBlicr p SPANISH FORK UTAH l UTAH r STATE NEWS w George F Ituhl has been npolnted postmaster nt Stntellne Iron county i J A modern grain elevator is to be t 1 built nt Cache Junction by an Ogden t I commission firm nt n cost of 30000 1 Eightfoot wIde cement nldowalkB I arc being constructed at Green River li and there will be 10000 feet of thesis k walks Ii I t The dry farming congress will bo hold at Billings Mont October 20 27 Ii I and 28 according to an announcement I l made last week i i Joseph Heath aged 22 committed 3 f suicide nt his homo In Ogden drink i ing carbolic acid 111 health led to 1 the deed The now street lights have boon in G stalled In Murray and tho Smelter City Is I now one of the best lighted I towns in the state i Michael Connors aged CO a sec tion foreman dropped dead from heart disease while helping place a Ii handcar on the track In North Salt Lake Tho twentyflvo year period of In corporation of the Kaysvlll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 April 1909

f ° c R r t S I I I e m OF YOUTH BAFfLE DOCTORS BOY POSSESSES MYSTERIOUS a r MI POWER OF ATTRACTING INANI MATE OBJECTS BELIEVED TO BE HYPNOTIZED I V Home Has Been Visited by Hundreds of People Who Cannot Account for the Strange Hap penings Mount Horeb WIsTho citizens of thIs village have been considerably troubled during the past few weeks by the actions of Henry Brophy a young lad 11 years of age f r The boy lives with his grandparents In the center of the village and Is u i lad of more than usual intelligence The grandparents are aged people They are retired farmers having purchased a nlco home at Mount Horcb l and moved to that village about a year 4S ago agoTho 1f 1 Tho first strange acts were no ticed on March 3 and since that time stories as weird as the phantom ghost havo been transpiring In rapid suc cession The strange Occurrences al ways take placo In tho presence of the boy never when he is absent from the house S A Some of tho best and most highly respected people of Mou...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Spanish Fork press. — 29 April 1909

8 po r y Light Freights ay W VK JACOBS False Colors Copyright bald Unit C ° mra7 Of coitrBt there Is a ilcnl of bully i ing Bono at sea nt tliiitH said the night aatchnunn lionghtfiilly The I men call it bullying an the oMlcers call It cIJBclplIno but Its the samo tiling under another name Still Its fair In a way It gels passed on from one to another Everybody I aboard amost has got somebody to bully ex cept perhaps the boy he as the worst of It unless ho can manage to get tho ships cat by Itself occasion I ally t allyI remember a good many years ago now I was lying at Calcutta one time In the Peewit as fine a baric an toad wish to see an we ad a fust mate there as was a disgrace to Is m sects A nasty bullying violent man who used to call the bands names as they didnt know the meanings of and what was no use looking In the dictionary for There was one chap aboard Dill I Cousins as he used to make a par tlklcr mark of Dill ad the mlstortln to avo red air and the way the mate used to ...

Publication Title: Spanish Fork Press, The
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